Southern Light, LLC v. P2P Engineering, LLC
ORDER ADOPTING 36 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS re 26 MOTION to Compel Production of Documents Under Rule 37 and MOTION for Order to Show Cause Why Timothy J. Hogan Should Not Be Held in Contempt of Court Under Rule 45 filed by Souther n Light, LLC. The plaintiff shall inform the court in writing whether Hogan provided the documents by January 12, 2012. NLT January 19, 2012, plaintiff shall provide the court with a written statement of attorney's fees and costs incurred in its efforts to enforce the subpoena. This order sent via certified mail as directed (#7011 2000 0001 3980 3434). Signed by Senior Judge Charles R. Butler, Jr on 12/12/2011. (adk)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
SOUTHERN LIGHT, LLC,
P2P ENGINEERING, LLC,
CIVIL ACTION NO 08-00589-CB-B
This matter is before the Court on a Report and Recommendation from the Magistrate
Judge recommending that Timothy P. Hogan, a non-party, be held in contempt. Hogan, the
president and registered manager for Defendant P2P Engineering, LLC, has failed to comply
with a subpoena duces tecum issued in conjunction with a post-judgment notice of deposition,
has also failed to comply with a court order compelling him to produce the requested documents,
has failed to respond to the Magistrate Judge’s order requiring him to show cause why he should
not be held in contempt, and has failed to respond to the Report and Recommendation
recommending that he be held in contempt.1
The Report and Recommendation of the Magistrate Judge is hereby ADOPTED as the
opinion of this Court. The Court finds Timothy P. Hogan to be in CONTEMPT of Court. It is
hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED that:
The Magistrate Judge’s show cause order was sent to Hogan via certified mail to the
address provided by Hogan at his post-judgment deposition. That order was returned marked
“unclaimed.” Prior orders were successfully served upon Hogan at the same address, as was the
more recent Report and Recommendation.
(1) Hogan shall pay attorney’s fees and costs incurred by the Plaintiff as a result
of Hogan’s failure to comply with the subpoena duces tecum and subsequent
(2) A fine of $10 per day is imposed against Hogan, effective January 12, 2012.
However, Hogan may purge himself of this sanction by providing the requested
documents to Plaintiff’s counsel. If the documents are provided before the
effective date, no fine will be assessed. If the documents are provided after the
effective date, the fine will accrue from January 12, 2012 until the date the
documents are provided or until the Court otherwise orders.
On or before January 19, 2012, the Plaintiff shall inform the Court in writing whether
Hogan provided the subpoenaed documents prior to January 12th. Also, not later than January
19, 2012 Plaintiff shall provide the Court with a written statement of attorney’s fees and costs
incurred in its efforts to enforce the subpoena duces tecum.2 The Clerk of Court is directed to
serve a copy of this order by certified mail upon Timothy at 1915 N. 11th Avenue, Pensacola,
DONE this the 12th day of December, 2012.
s/Charles R. Butler, Jr.
Senior United States District Judge
This statement must be supported by an affidavit from counsel and by billing records,
invoices, itemized statements billing or other supporting documentation from which the Court
can determine the reasonableness of the fee.
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